There's a reason they are called
man's best friend. And if they
are important to you, then they
are important to us. That is
why when we see that wagging
tail, we give the best care
We recommend that all dogs be
given canine distemper,
leptospirosis, hepatitis,
parainfluenza, parvovirus, and
rabies once a year. If your dog
is in training or boards
frequently, we also recommend
the canine bordetella vaccine.
Puppies start shots at 6 weeks
and are given boosters every 3
weeks until they are 4 months
old. They receive boosters
Spaying and Neutering
We recommend spaying and
neutering at 6 months of age.
This helps prevent behavior
problems such as aggression
and roaming. It also stops
females from going into heat
and stops unwanted litters
from being born. Please do your
part by having your dog
spayed or neutered.
Fleas, ticks, ear mites,
intestinal worms, and
heartworms are some of the
most common parasites a dog
can have. We recommend that
your dog be checked for
parasites at every health check.
Heartworms can be very
dangerous to your dog's health,
which is why our veterinarian's
recommend keeping all dogs on
heartworm preventative year
If your dog acts lethargic, doesn't want to eat or drink, coughs,
or itches a lot he may have a problem. Stay ahead of the game
and call us for an appointment if you notice any of these